Why You Might Need a KTLO Job

As you probably know by now, KTLO stands for Keeping The Lights On.  You know those are the jobs like fast food or sometimes a really awful work-at-home job or even an outside job that is nowhere near a fit for you.  

You just take it to basically keep the lights on, the bills paid, and food on the table.  You just can’t wait until something better comes along or your big break comes in from your artistic endeavors or from your side business.

While no one really likes a KTLO job, sometimes you just have to take one to financially survive.  I totally get that, and believe me when I say this.  I had my share as well.  

What Are the Two Reasons to Have a KTLO Job?

I will say this.  It is okay to have a KTLO job as long as it can meet these three requirements:

  • It is not too stressful.  I mean so stressful that you can’t possibly focus on your dreams.
  • It is not over 40 hours.  This will allow you enough time (10 to 20 hours a week) to focus on your dreams.
  • It pays enough that you sure don’t need another KTLO job.

What Is a the Definition of a J.O.B. Anyway?

You have also probably heard that the definition of a J.O.B. is Just Over Broke.  In some cases–more than I would like to admit–that is true.

Let’s you and I redefine that whole J.O.B. thing.  Let’s make it J.O.B. which stands for Just Obliterate Boundaries.  Like that?  I do too, and I would love to work with you to make that happen.